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Cream-paste for etching glass
"IVSATIN-home silk screened".

Specification:
PET packaging:  Net weight – 31,5 oz
It has a low density, due to which, with less weight, it takes the same volume as 1 kg of IVSATIN-home paste. Packing in a larger container is possible.
During prolonged storage, the cream paste does not crystallize.
Conditionally safe.
Warranty period of validity, 2 years.
Analogs by characteristics are not known.
31,5 oz - $44
10 lbs - $199

To order
 
Provides a dense "satin" with a layer of paste on the glass in tenths of a millimeter.
Matting time from 30 seconds depending on the required density of the matte surface.
Unlike analogs, IVSATIN-home silk-screen paste gives a dense satin, not a translucent fog. This is especially noticeable when frosting transparent glass, not mirrors..
IVSATIN-home silk screened paste is intended for art or background matting with glass or mirrors using screen printing.
This method of frosted glass is extremely economical. Consumption with debugged silk-screen printing technology is 1 kg of paste per 20-25 sq.m. glass. Due to the unique composition, a tenth of a millimeter paste layer is sufficient to obtain a dense, saturated, and frosted image on the glass.
Suitable for home use with all necessary precautions when working with aggressive chemicals.
The best results are observed when printing on a mirror; since the mirror enhances the matte effect due to the reflected light.
Working conditions for obtaining the optimal result: a dry room with an air temperature optimally not lower than 15 degrees, dry and clean glass of the same temperature.
For the manufacture of stencils, it is recommended to use a universal photo-emulsion Azocol Z140.
Sieve number from 49 (optimally!) to 77, squeegee 65 Shore.

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